Interoperability with a Purpose

The FAIR Principles lay out the generalisable framework that can be applied to a wide range of data integration supporting exercises: software development, hardware implementation, best-practice guidelines, or data management planning.

FAIRification (to make ​something FAIR) requires different activities at execution in each domain. The Interoperability Platform Task 2 (Interoperability with a Purpose) proposes studies that showcase the EIP support in each area by demonstrating both community-driven implementation in a specific use case, and node-capacity building implementation of establishing user’s framework (first mile/last mile) network at Nodes.

Aim: To deliver demonstrable and improved level of usage support for FAIR data by key interoperability resources and services at the National Nodes and within Use Case Communities, while promoting global collaboration of FAIR service implementation network.

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People involved: 

Chris Evelo
Frederik Coppens
Inge Jonassen
Nils Peder Willassen
Eivind Hovig
Robert Finn
Josep Ll. Gelpi
Ivan Mičetić
Daniel Faria
Susanna-Assunta Sansone
Michel Dumontier
Eric Pelletier
Jiří Černý